Alabama’s women’s basketball team extended its winning streak to six straight games with a dominant 91-55 victory over Florida A&M on Thursday night at the Coleman Coliseum.

The Crimson Tide quickly took control with a 23-4 run in the first quarter.

Alabama forced eight first-quarter turnovers and allowed the Rattlers to get off only 11 shots.

“I really liked our energy, back from holiday,” Alabama coach Kristy Curry said. “I think tonight we played with a lot of energy and we’ll continue to practice and play with that type of energy.”

After scoring 68 points against Murray State on Dec. 20, Alabama scored 55 points at the half against the Rattlers and shot 51 percent from the field, with 20 points off 16 turnovers.

The 91 points were the second most for Alabama on the season and the most since the the opener, when the Crimson Tide scored 108 in its victory over Antelope Valley.

Alabama’s defense forced 25 turnovers and held the Rattlers to 35 percent shooting.

“Just come out and be aggressive,” Curry said of the team’s defensive mindset. “I liked the fact we were all on the same page and in great position. We were able to get our hands on some balls and get some easy baskets. When we can do that, we’re at our best.”

All 14 players on Alabama’s roster played with 12 scoring.

Jasmine Walker scored 12 of her career and game-high 19 points in the third quarter, including a personal 7-0 run.

“I just felt good,” Walker said. “I believed in my teammates, they put me in a great situation to score.”

Jordan Lewis was held scoreless in the first half, but collected five assists. She hit a 3-pointer to open the second half and finished with five points and eight assists.

Florence Ouattara scored 18 points to lead the way for the Rattlers.

Alabama (10-3) will start conference play with a matchup against Missouri on Sunday at 2 p.m. at Coleman Coliseum.